Fiat Professional has unveiled the new Doblo range, which includes a fully electric E-Doblo variant.
The new compact van is based on the familiar Stellantis platform, shared across Citroen, Peugeot, Vauxhall and Toyota.
Like its stablemates, the new Doblo will be offered in two lengths (short- and long-wheelbase) and as a van or crew cab.
The panel van will have a payload of up to 1,000Kg (800Kg for E-Doblo) and a load space of up to 4.4 cubic metres.
Two diesel versions are available: a 1.5-litre with 100PS and a manual transmission and a 1.5-litres with 130PS with an eight-speed automatic transmission. A 1.2-litre petrol engine with 110PS is also available.
The E-Ducato uses a 50kWh battery and has a WLTP range of 173 miles. It supports rapid charging (100kW) and can charge from 0-80% in 30 minutes.
Fiat has outlined three “Magic Features” of the Doblo that bolster its versatility. The first is Magic Cargo, a feature that allows longer objects to be carried by folding the passenger seat. Magic Mirror is a five-inch digital rearview mirror that uses a camera mounted on the rear of the vehicle. Magic Plug, available only on the E-Doblo, makes it possible to use the electric energy produced by the battery for specific conversion needs like a cargo fridge or a workbench for power tools.
Fiat has not confirmed pricing or an on sale date for the new Doblo yet.